Launches services in Dublin and increases network capacity into Manchester, UK

October 5, 2004

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LONDON -- Level 3 Communications, Inc. (Nasdaq:LVLT) today announced that it has further expanded its network in Europe. The company has launched service in Dublin, Ireland, and has substantially increased its network capacity into Manchester, UK.

“Both Dublin and Manchester have become key markets for communications services in Europe,” said Brady Rafuse, president of Level 3’s European operations. “We acquired network infrastructure into both cities through our acquisition of Genuity assets last year, and we’re pleased that we can leverage that capacity now to serve growing demand for services from communications companies operating in Ireland and the UK.”

Level 3’s fibre-optic network spans 23,000 route miles and serves 21 of the largest markets in Europe, as well as 77 markets across North America. In addition, the company operates metropolitan networks in 36 cities, including London, Paris, Amsterdam, Brussels, Düsseldorf, Hamburg, Berlin, Munich and Frankfurt. Level 3 also has network capacity on high-speed transatlantic cable systems.

Level 3 Communications Inc.

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